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Writing Argumentative

(i) Format of argumentative essay (ii) language used (iii) brainstorming for ideas
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Lingehswari Eisvran

on 8 July 2010

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Transcript of Writing Argumentative

Argumentative Essay Argumentative Vs Persuasive To win over the reader valid argument
reader has a choice to adopt your idea
Structure Stating your stand 2-3 arguments
Point
Elaborate
Examples/ Evidence
(Do not make up evidences) Counter Argument
Rebutal Language Use present tense Use of "I"
Opinion words "I think"
Modal verbs eg: should, must Use moderation
Do not say, "All teenagers are terrible"
Use words, like "some" & "may"

Be logical and not emotional Activity One "Teenagers today have too much freedom". Do you agree?
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